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November 15, 2014

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WWIN

Whoever said Jalen Ramsey loved UM, I think you're mistaken. He was committed to USC and flipped to FSU. I don't think we were even in his top 5.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 17, 2014 at 04:41 PM

I said it. He from Nashville, so I know for a FACT! I even told you in a email if you go back and look. We didn't recruit him!

86Cane

NEW BLOG IS UP!

Go Canes

Hope he's a good follow.

@mattyports: Official: @raylewis is now tweeting among us.

Go Canes

Was talking with a buddy of mine about this earlier tonight. Seen every team we faced this season play multiple times and can only draw one conclusion.

If Winston goes this year, which he will, I can't think of a single opponent we won't be favored against next year.

I've obviously supported this staff getting until next year to get their players, build depth and start winning again.

Anything worse than an undefeated coastal season and an ACC championship birth and all bets are off for me.

Lurker

I woke in a parallel universe.

I find myself agreeing with posts from CR, Coc, Dude, and Sarasota.

No excuses. Tough tough loss and I'm still recovering. I thought that last drive was going one for the ages, until the int thrown into coverage.

Nonetheless, despite not winning a game we should/could have won, this is a different team.

Golden must now finish strong and keep everyone focused. Three games to be played, one at a time.

BigWindyCane1

@Manny_Navarro: Scout told me today there might not be a more improved team in the country from Week 1 to now than the #Hurricanes Kaaya big reason

Posted by: Go Canes | November 17, 2014 at 10:47 AM
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We're not losing again this season. Vault it.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 17, 2014 at 01:01 PM

I am with you GC and OC. This is an improved team. There is some coaching and player development going on in Coral Gables. Canes will run the table the rest of the season!

VfB_Cane

Pretty good summary of where we stand (taken from ESPN ACC Power Rankings):

Miami Hurricanes
Record: 6-4 overall, 3-3 conference
It's fair to say there may not be a better 6-4 team in the country, but those four losses still loom large for Miami. Duke Johnson is a star and Brad Kaaya is a star in the making, but the Hurricanes have to be kicking themselves for the opportunities they let get away this season, headlined by Saturday's collapse against Florida State.

CaneRock

Booooooy, B got a fine @$$ Momma...

http://www.lovebscott.com/fashion/flawless-victory-tina-knowles-leaves-solanges-wedding-looking-absolutely-stunning-photo

1mg of Epi

Herbstreit said multiple times about us blitzing grace up the middle. We did that a lot.

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 17, 2014 at 04:51 PM

I Didn't listen to the audio... But isn't that where the one sack we got came from?

CaneRock


Even with the alignment, it took 3 missed tackles on one play for him to score...

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 17, 2014 at 01:30 PM

All 3 of Cook's big runs came from the same formation, off the same play...and we fell for the okie doke every time. At some point, you just have to abandon having a safety 20+ yards downfield, and play Cover-0.

Ohio_Cane

Herbstreit said multiple times about us blitzing grace up the middle. We did that a lot.

1mg of Epi

I thought the defense did the right thing by not blitzing Winston....He'll tear any team apart if you blitz the shyt out of him. The couple times we did blitz, he just dumped the pass off and it went for 30 yards.

Posted by: thirstybuzzardcane | November 17, 2014 at 12:39 PM

I just watched the recoding of the game and We actually blitzed all throughout the second half. All corner blitzes, none of them got to Winston but that's the reason that crossing route was open so often.

It was kinda ugly to watch... I don't know why they insisted on running that same unsuccessful blitz over and over again and thereby giving em the middle over and over again. W a QB whose not gonna kill you w his feet doesn't it make sense to blitz up the middle, especially w the corner blitz not working?

I posted earlier I thought the coaches did a good job, after watching the game on TV I'm not so sure.

Ohio_Cane

Whoever said Jalen Ramsey loved UM, I think you're mistaken. He was committed to USC and flipped to FSU. I don't think we were even in his top 5.

WWIN

Posted by: CaneRock | November 17, 2014 at 03:00 PM

Here you go, what I tell you about talking about my Nashville boys? Lol

Carter is no Ramsey, but I still love him tho!

The Wizard

Nevermind, it's on ESPNU

USAFCane

Established name or big time AC for UF? I'd be looking Patterson first. Think Smart, Briles and Kiffin might get looks.

The Wizard

Does anyone know if the basketball game is being televised tonight and of so where ?

dj moonbat

Ramsey couldn't play at UM -- too much freelancing.

CaneRock

Ramsey was EVERYWHERE! It's a shame that he was a diehard Canes fan and not playing with us!

Posted by: WWIM | November 17, 2014 at 02:40 PM

Yeah, but we got Carter, but this staff thinks Fentress is the 2nd coming of Ed Reed or $um$h!t! LMAO!

WWIN

Posted by: Ohio_Cane | November 17, 2014 at 01:43 PM

That sounds like a shot to me!

WWIN

Ramsey was EVERYWHERE! It's a shame that he was a diehard Canes fan and not playing with us!

Go Canes

Imagine if we had hit the 29 yd field goal too.

@tomdangelo44: Jimbo: 'the biggest play in that game was probably blocked PAT' by Ramsey. 'If they had to kick a FG that whole (last) drive is different.'

Ohio_Cane

Patrik Nohe ‏@PatrikNohe 5m5 minutes ago

Fisher credits James Coley, “he remembered a few things.”

Ohio_Cane

TD...here's the play, and notice where they have our 2 best run defenders (DP52 & Kirby) lined up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQYPF1f-qI4

Posted by: CaneRock | November 17, 2014 at 01:06 PM
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Even with the alignment, it took 3 missed tackles on one play for him to score...

CGNC

Canes

WWIN

Bad plays that we can't count...

The over throw to Coley. We still scored a TD on that same drive

Personal foul on Sonny. We made Cook fumble two plays later and recovered it.

Missed FG. Berrios dropped a TD pass that would have negated this, if he makes the catch we never kick that FG. So we can't have em both.

Tipped pass touchdown. Yes it was luck but we were lucky the play before it when Lane dropped a wide open TD, so I can't count that one.

CaneRock

TD...here's the play, and notice where they have our 2 best run defenders (DP52 & Kirby) lined up.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQYPF1f-qI4

Ohio_Cane

We're not losing again this season. Vault it.

CGNC

Canes

WWIN

Go Canes, stomp the Cavs AND run up the score on them!!

Posted by: Go Canes | November 17, 2014 at 06:40 AM

Now you talking my language!!!!

CGNC

Cant you see a prison game now......Rag Head Aunt Jameis connecting to Aaron Human Tattoo Hernandez coached by Urban, cheering in a dress and financial support by Nevin Shapiro

Posted by: VA Cane | November 16, 2014 at 10:40 PM

Now THAT is funny!

Ohio_Cane

U

CGNC

772

The Dude

We stacked the box and only had 1 safety back on Cook's TD. It was the right call, it just didn't work. The D couldn't make the tackle.

CaneRock

Defensively, in the 2nd half, O'Leary was killin' us with those out routes & square-ins...and Whitfield was hurtin' us with those crossing routes. I don't think they put up big #s, but those catches were timely for them.

thirstybuzzardcane

Posted by: UMike | November 17, 2014 at 12:16 PM

Could of been Coley.....He did stumble, but the pass was overthrown! There was actually 2 receivers in the same vicinity on that play that were wide open on that deep pass.

I thought the defense did the right thing by not blitzing Winston....He'll tear any team apart if you blitz the shyt out of him. The couple times we did blitz, he just dumped the pass off and it went for 30 yards.

UMike

CR.. I could be wrong, but I thought the over throw to Coley was in the 2nd half long after the td to PD4.. if it was on the same drive, then we didnt leave those points on the field like I thought.

CaneRock


And I want we left a TD on the field with that deep pass, from where I was it looked like the WR stumbled, I didnt think it was over thrown (wasn that Coley?) but he was WIDE open and walks in. FSU surely got lucky, BUT imo us not adjusting on D in the 2nd allowed them to drive up and down the field...BUT, got to make tackles.. there was at least 3 legit missed tackles on Cooks last td run.

Posted by: UMike | November 17, 2014 at 12:16 PM

IIRC, that overthrow to Coley, was on the same drive that PD4 scored on...Kaaya should've just thrown it right to em', instead of trying to lead em' or whatever.

And yes, there's no excuse for those missed tackles on Cook's last TD, but there's also no excuse for not having any LBs in the box, that coaching, IMO.

UMike

Guess I can partially suck it?? lol... the D played softer in the 2nd half, I think that is why FSU was able to take advantage of those underneath routes and sustain drives. I do blame the coaches for not adjusting when FSU did...BUT... FSU got dam lucky and this poss is definitely more on the players. I have no clue how hard the Berrios catch was, but the missed FG and extra point are on players, dropped INT's and huge fumbles etc are on players. And I want we left a TD on the field with that deep pass, from where I was it looked like the WR stumbled, I didnt think it was over thrown (wasn that Coley?) but he was WIDE open and walks in. FSU surely got lucky, BUT imo us not adjusting on D in the 2nd allowed them to drive up and down the field...BUT, got to make tackles.. there was at least 3 legit missed tackles on Cooks last td run.

dj moonbat

This notion that "it's on the players", or "it's on the coaches", is just silly.

Posted by: CaneRock | November 17, 2014 at 12:05 PM


I dunno. Sometimes, a game clearly goes one way or the other based on stuff that is all the coaches' domain: play calling, clock management, challenges, etc. The players are in no position to do anything about those.

Montreal-Cane

Berrios.

CaneRock

This notion that "it's on the players", or "it's on the coaches", is just silly.

CaneRock

Win or lose, theres ALWAYS something to correct...ALWAYS something to get better at. That's not laying blame, that's COACHING! There's 22 variables on a football field, it's NEVER gonna be perfect!

thirstybuzzardcane

The only complaint I had about the play calling is that I wished Coley would of called more slants/crossing/seam routes in the second half like he did in the first half. People are saying we laid back in the second half, no we didn't, we just didn't use the middle of the field like we should've.

Dorsett had a couple of nice run after catches in the first half and I guess we forgot about him in the second. The plays where Dobbard & Walford fumbled, if you have a receiver doing the same route they would be taking it to the house!

thirstybuzzardcane

^^^^forgot #5^^^^^

5.) A bomb that was thrown to Dorsett that was over thrown....The receiver was WIDE open!

thirstybuzzardcane

For those who blame the coaches you can suck it!!!! Miami played very well and FSU got lucky again big time! I was proud to be a Cane on Saturday!! Here's a few things that killed us (#3 lost us the game...IMO).

1.) 2 dropped Int's

2.) Hard catch, but Berrios should have had that TD.

3.) Tipped ball on 3rd down that miraculously ends up in a FSU players hands for a TD.

4.) Kicking! Miami left 4 easy points out there and FSU kicks a 55 yarder. That is a 7 point swing.

1mg of Epi

@davehydesports: Al Golden turned too conservative in finish against FSU? Sorry, I didn't see it. Hyde5 blog: http://t.co/jOw5FRqi3O

Posted by: Go Canes | November 17, 2014 at 07:25 AM

Offensively they left a lotta points on the field due to mistakes (drops, missed kicks). If those player mistakes weren't made the conversation today would be much different. I can't necessarily blame the coaches for drops. If they happened all the time, then yes... But they haven't.

Defensively it seemed like they didn't try to disrupt Winston as much in the 2nd half... Fewer blitzes, stunts etc, and more soft zone leaving crossing routes open. I haven't watched the game from the couch yet so I could be wrong. What I'm not wrong about is a dropped INT and a ball tipped right to a receiver for a TD. If there was a different outcome to those plays, the conversation today would again be much different.

What I will fault the staff for is confusion on first plays of drives and the 2 minute drill, sitting on challenge flags and poor clock management. That being said, this loss isn't on the coaches.

CaneRock

"Theres a lot of that going on with our former alumni, regardless of their position."?

Who?

Go Canes

@Manny_Navarro: Scout told me today there might not be a more improved team in the country from Week 1 to now than the #Hurricanes Kaaya big reason

Go Canes

No UMike, he flat out didn't know.

He actually asked who his backup is.

Theres a lot of that going on with our former alumni, regardless of their position.

The only one I've seen who is fair in both criticism and praise is Joe Rose, who's a highschool football junkie and actually knows who these kids are.

His take today was the loss was on the players who failed to execute in the kicking and receiving game, as well as the offensive fumbles.

I've heard him other times, the Nebraska game for example, really get on the coaches.

CaneRock

And like I said the other day, NOBODY'S gonna change ANYBODY'S mind about Golden, Golden has to do that!

CaneRock

I don't know about Romberg, but Phillip Buchanon & Duane Starks know what they're talking about. And I didn't hear anybody complaining when Portis was giving Duke pointers on ball security. Now whether they should've voiced their strong opinions publicly, that's debatable...but it's their right!

UMike

Go Canes.. is it possible he meant "he didnt know" as in we cant really replace a Duke Johnson? I didnt hear the interview, but its possible he meant it in that way. Yearby is no Duke Johnson and at the moment Cook is looking like the better RB from that duo.

When former players praised Golden, you didnt mind sharing it haha...

That is a good question though... cause you arent gonna replace a Duke Johnson...but at least we have Kaaya... kid is a beast man.

dj moonbat

Someone posted that if they were a recruit, they would not be sure where to sign. I have the answer; Miami!

Posted by: NigerianCane | November 17, 2014 at 09:54 AM


When I said "where do I sign?" I meant "where's the piece of paper?", not "what school?"

If I were a recruit -- except a running back or QB -- I would see a team that a) could really use some help, but b) actually isn't far from being good. A place where, If I shine, I can play early and win early.

Ohio_Cane

Glad to see Chickillo's knee isn't major. MRI is good.

Go Canes

For everyone who places such high regard to statements made by former players, I offer up this example as the rule not the exception of what you are really getting.

I was listening to Romberg on the ticket this morning when The topic of how important Duke is to our offense came up. When asked who would be replacing him next year, he didn't even know.

It's pretty sad when someone in a position to offer opinions about our team doesn't even know who Joe Yearby is and doesn't know about the studs in line to commit here.

That is why I take a lot of comments from these former players with a grain of salt.


In my opinion, there is a lot of that going on.

AfriCane

Someone posted that if they were a recruit, they would not be sure where to sign. I have the answer; Miami!
You can tell FSU is in a tail spin. It happened to us when we lost that championship to Ohio state. We have not been the same since then.
FSU captured lightning in a bottle with the crablegs 'super hero.' That reign is about to end when he graduates this year. They r winning because of one player folks. We captured lightning a bottle with kaya. We have 3 years of Kaya to ride. If u r a recruit, u should be thinking, I'm going to the school to play with kaya and ride his coat tail to a championship, not to a team whose one gimmick is about to leave.
Kaya is the new K-gun offense.

Ohio_Cane

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REMINDER: With @CanesHoops playing Florida tonight at 7 PM, Hurricane Hotline will take place at Sandbar TOMORROW from 7-9 at @SandbarGrove

AfriCane

Soup must be mad. No new blog post. Don't do it soup. Too late in the day. Just when this team turned the corner. Don't come to the dark side.

dj moonbat

I would love to beat an SEC team in a bowl game.

Posted by: UMike | November 17, 2014 at 09:37 AM


I would love to beat a team in a bowl game.

UMike

I would love to beat an SEC team in a bowl game.

Go Canes

I'll love it if we play LSU in a bowl.

Ohio_Cane

Wouldn't mind picking up Robinson from UF's staff. He's a hell of a recruiter.

Posted by: Go Canes | November 17, 2014 at 08:06 AM
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T-rob is dirty. We'll never hire him. Even though I'd like us to, because that guy can recruit his azz off. He's 100% the reason why we lost JC Jackson last year. There's plenty of others over the past, too.

dj moonbat

The only guy I've seen that can do what Dorsett does is Ridley. If there's anyway we can swing him and get him in, we need to.

Posted by: The Dude | November 17, 2014 at 08:34 AM


There are plenty of very good offenses out there that lack a guy that can do what Dorsett does. And Stacy Coley's speed is sufficient to place stress on even the most athletic of secondaries.

That extra few hundredths of a second in 40 time are not what make or break a wide receiver. Just ask the Oakland Raiders. For years, they went out of their way to get stoopid fast WRs, but the best one they had over that whole time was Tim Freaking Brown.

Dorsett's been an asset, but not an irreplaceable one.

UMike

Dude..that happens all the time, we are after his teammates and lil brother also.

CaneRock

I feel ya'll on T-Rob...but I hope their next HC doesn't try to pluck Coley from our staff!...UF's got the money to do it!

The Dude

So why are we hosting him at games then UMike?

The Dude

Isn't Robinson a DB coach?

UMike

No way Ridley comes to or gets in Miami

The Dude

At this point Al can't afford any let down. He has to win the next 2 games. In a way he kind of hurt himself in this turnaround because people are starting to see just how good we should have been for if not all, then most of the year. In the bowl I wouldn't necissarily expect a win over an LSU type, but I would feel good about our chances. Winning out is critical for getting recruits, which we need badly. The only guy I've seen that can do what Dorsett does is Ridley. If there's anyway we can swing him and get him in, we need to.

UMike

CR..I wasn't sitting with him.... but if I was I probably would have lol... But you could tell the tide was turning, just had that feeling in the 2nd half.

CaneRock

UMike...did you get one of those patented Terrance Sullivan "They will convert"s, during the game...LMAO!

UMike

Wouldn't mind picking up Robinson from UF's staff. He's a hell of a recruiter.

Posted by: Go Canes | November 17, 2014 at 08:06 AM

I agree

Go Canes

Wouldn't mind picking up Robinson from UF's staff. He's a hell of a recruiter.

CaneRock

With Muschamp getting fired, I guess it's safe to assume we're in the drivers seat for Tim Irvin...

Go Canes

@Official_John10: Enjoying my visit🙌 #GoCanes http://t.co/KmzwIXP927

Go Canes

@davehydesports: Al Golden turned too conservative in finish against FSU? Sorry, I didn't see it. Hyde5 blog: http://t.co/jOw5FRqi3O

UMike

First.. thanks so much to SOUP for the tickets, was an AWESOME birthday present, and even with the loss I had a great time (when I wasnt napping in KY's truck)...

As always was great hanging with KY, TSully and others... got to meet 1mg and yes even Go Canes!! lol... Was great to meet you guys, wont be the last time.

KY & Kenny thanks for the ride and grill..very much appreciated.

Im still kinda not sure how I feel about the game. At first I was pissed we got "soft" in the second half on D.. it seemed to be we backed up and played softer which opened up all those underneath routes that went for big gains when we needed to get off the field. I think its fair to blame coaches and players on this one.. coaches for the horrible clock/timeout management and lack of adjustments to stop the underneath routes etc,... and the players for big time fumbles, missed FG bad tackling etc..

At the start of the year most of us probably thought FSU would blow us the **** out.. but we had a chance to win at the end, so their has been improvement for sure. But once again, FSU made adjustments and we didnt. Lets just hope we finish strong without any let downs.

Go Canes

Got to beat UVA Saturday night, then come home and finish off Pitt.

Anything less kills everything positive you can take from a four loss season.

Go Canes, stomp the Cavs AND run up the score on them!!

WWIN

Posted by: SJMPARMAN | November 16, 2014 at 11:02 PM

Are you the one that took your son to a Canes game to try to win him over but lost him over something the crowd was doing at the game? (I can't remember exactly what it was)

Sad but funny

WWIN

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | November 16, 2014 at 11:41 PM

I didn't think fsu subbed that much? Most teams don't sub as much as we do

VA Cane

I am proud of the effort as well.....and
I lament the fact that nobody got to Tatumize Rag Head Crab Legs.....I would have loved for one of our guys to put that hit on that ass clown fool....a crippler.....if anybody deserves it, that would be Winston; FSU, Tallahassee law and the justice system has allowed him to rape and steal....a raping lying thief with no morals, no cares, no decency...just shucking and jiving his ass off, that foolish grin. Jimbo calling him a good guy defending a school that allows morons who should be manning the window at McDs to skip class steal lie rape women and play football.....justice to Rag Head woulds be a Tatum hit that puts him down for the count...I despise the guy..very good player, very immoral human being.

Sarasota 'cane

UM did not have the depth that FSU had, plus they shot themselves in the foot with penalties and missed opportunities. All of those issues occurred on the field and not in the game plan. IMO

86Cane

I am proud of the effort but I am frustrated by the inability of this team to win a big game. It was there for the taking and we chose to be taken. Very disappointing to me.

Posted by: SJMPARMAN | November 16, 2014 at 11:02 PM

There IT is right there.

SJMPARMAN

I am not as optimistic as most of you following the game last night. I thought in the days leading up to the game that we were better than FSU. I still believe that. We have played a very difficult schedule. I felt we were battle tested and FSU was not despite its pattern of second half comebacks. I felt as long as we controlled their ground game that Jameis could not beat us alone. It was very disappointing to watch Cook dominate the defense when the game counted.

To me we are not back and won't be until the talent on the defensive line catches up to the talent in the linebackers and secondary. That is the glaring weakness of this year's team. And its been that way throughout Golden's tenure here.

This game was also personally frustrating to me because I want to raise a family of Canes fans. I lost my chance to convert my oldest (13 now) in 2008 when I took him to the Miami v NC State game. NC State had this unknown quarterback who out dueled Jacory in the second half after Marve was largely ineffective in the first half. Freaking Russell Wilson. My oldest now watches Canes games to laugh at our defensive ineptitude. But even he can see we are getting a little better.

My middle child is a daddy's boy and he was so excited we were kicking FSU's azz last night. Miami's is the best team in the world he was saying in the first half. The expression on his face when we lost the game last night was painful. It is hard to build a family of Canes fans when you keep losing the significant games. Last night should have been the game when we bonded over a big win and not commiserated over yet another tough loss. He is still young, almost 8, so all is not lost but it would have really gone a long way toward him understanding why I have the love I do for the program.

I don't have any game analysis to offer. They were exactly who I thought they were, to quote Dennis Green. They are a flawed team this year and no way they make it out of the first round of any playoff. We could have, should have beat this team. In that sense, while I recognize the improvements over the past month, I have a very bitter taste in my mouth tonight. It is going to take awhile for me to get over this one. I am proud of the effort but I am frustrated by the inability of this team to win a big game. It was there for the taking and we chose to be taken. Very disappointing to me.

86Cane

Dude...selling nothing since the first 2 in two months. Working my A** off, running the streets, meeting, greeting, open houses, model homes, etc. Waiting for something to pop soon.

The U looked damn good last night. It was the most FUN game I have watched with Mrs. 86 in a LONG time. Less cursing, more high fiving! Same amount of drinking.

I think IF we played FSU 10 times we win 6. We are better than them it's just that our coaches and players have not (re)learned how to win again, YET. They will and we will but next year will tell ALL. I really think Golden's "got this"!

Recruiting should SOAR after last night's game and the cycle will turn back to UM again next year after favoring FSU for the last 5.

86Cane

Coke...working 7 days, 10-12 hours a day.

#Exhausted

86Cane

One fatal flaw I see in Winston's game, is that hitch in His throwing motion...it's Leftwich-ish. He's been able to get away with it in College, but "ain't but Pros, in The Pros!"

Posted by: CaneRock | November 16, 2014 at 10:31 PM

Anybody watching Brady and the Pats tonight? He has some wierd hitch in his throwing motion that I never saw before. Is that new?

The Dude

SOUP,

What's up man? Selling anything? What's your take on where The U is in CF?

86Cane

Stanley Shakespear

The Dude

Posted by: CaneRock | November 16, 2014 at 10:31 PM

Nice observation, its one I've noticed as well. He does a lot of things better than Leftwich though. He's harder to tackle, he's a lot like Roethlisberger in that he can run for first downs, evade big defenders and rapes women. But the release is very Leftwich.

VA Cane

Nice to see all the kids at the game, they sound committed and read to play for the U. I see that too, CaneRock he has a hump or a hitch......that wont get it in the NFL. I wish someone would put the Humpty Hump hit on his grinning goofy criminal AZZ. Jimbo defends him and looks like a cheap little bald lawyer. Greasy Ass Jimbo, Greasy Ass Urban both liars who love and recruit criminals.....Cant you see a prison game now......Rag Head Aunt Jameis connecting to Aaron Human Tattoo Hernandez coached by Urban, cheering in a dress and financial support by Nevin Shapiro

CaneRock

One fatal flaw I see in Winston's game, is that hitch in His throwing motion...it's Leftwich-ish. He's been able to get away with it in College, but "ain't but Pros, in The Pros!"

UpNorthCane27

CaneRock
And Golden got a fresh cut for the game, looked like a #2 special LMAO! It was nice though.

Posted by: CaneRock | November 16, 2014 at 09:51 PM


LMFAOOOOO.... Golden looking fresh lmao

CoCane

Thanks SOUP. Everything is good. I hope you're good too.

CaneRock

And Golden got a fresh cut for the game, looked like a #2 special LMAO! It was nice though.

CaneRock

I'd like to have a still shot of DP52 decleating #75 from FSU's @$$!

Go Canes

They always play us tough Windy.

We've set everything in motion to hit 2015 running. We need to finish strong. A loss there and this season is a failure.

86Cane

Coke...good to see your lurking! Hope all is well in your world?

86Cane

BTW we still owe Virginia a beat down.

Posted by: Old Skool | November 16, 2014 at 08:36 PM

YUP

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